Sunday, September 30, 2007

Quilting in the Garden Part 2

More show photos. I recognize Linda's quilt there on the right..

These pastel quilts all remind me of laundry.. pretty huh?
I wish that there were quilts there every day. Maybe I should just start hanging my stuff out in the yard. Wouldn't that be pretty? They do a nice job of getting groupings together I think.

I am in love with a couple of these quilts on black. That little flower quilt by Sharon Mazanec is so cute.

Bonita Spicer did a nice job on the Stars in my Garden, which I believe is a Piece O' Cake pattern.
More pretty soft colors.





I love #8 here, by Holly Houser. This one just made me feel cheery.
Alex and her friend Sierra. Sierra is a 10 year old long arm quilter!!!



I'll have more photos coming.. Valori Wells was the Guest Artist this year, and I'll have photos of her quilts to share.




16 Comments:

Anonymous happy zombie said...

OHMYGAWD! I'm just drooling over your fabo pics Pam! I especially love the "laundry" shot. It looks like a French countryside. That's one of those photos I can see as a desktop photo. WOW!

I also love the quilt with the mountains the 11th photo. Looks like the Three Sisters. Must be one of the Well's gals?

I love the pics!!!!!!

12:25 PM  
Anonymous Sandy said...

Thanks for sharing all those pretty photos. I almost feel like I was there. A 10 yr old longarm quilter - YIKES!

1:32 PM  
Anonymous Sharon said...

Pam, I too love that pastel line of quilts hanging there. Looked like a good time. And a 10 year old long arm quilter?? WOW

8:09 PM  
Anonymous clara said...

Hi Pam, thanks for sharing these pictures! Wish I could take a walk in this pretty quilt garden!

3:23 AM  
Blogger Katie said...

What a wonderful way to display quilts!

4:57 AM  
Blogger Mary Anne said...

WOW !!! What a great location for a quilt show -- everything look gorgeous !! Quilts and gardens -- PERFECT !!

7:48 AM  
Blogger FrenchGardenHouse said...

The quilts look amazing, I, too, am in love with some of those with black. How stunning!
Lidy

9:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow. Can't believe I missed it this year. Love your photos!
Love,
anonymous

9:45 AM  
Anonymous victoria said...

They're all so lovely! I'll bet you didn't want to take them down!

11:57 AM  
Anonymous blop said...

Great photos, PKM..you and HZ were on the same wave length w/your shots. Both do fab jobs.
Love those quilts on black, too...alllll was yummy and a wonderful way to hang quilts. Wouldn't that be nice to look out your window and see all of those hanging on your clothesline!

12:08 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Thanks for posting all these great pictures. Wish I could fly out there some year and see it all in person.

10:46 AM  
Anonymous Lisa said...

More great pictures of fabulous quilts. I'm glad I check back!

10:54 AM  
Anonymous sugarshop (Dena) said...

Oh just keep rubbing it in Lady!!! Lol! Just kidding. I still can't believe I live here and I missed it. Beautiful Pix. Oh and Gage thinks you rock beacause you sang the transformer song as we came in the shop! ;)

12:37 PM  
Blogger Caron said...

I love the organic setting for this quilt show. Lovely.

3:23 PM  
Blogger Angelina said...

It never ceases to amaze me how creative people can get with a bit of cotton and a digital camera. I really need to start going to quilting events so I can see some of these works in person.

9:01 AM  
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